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Take a Look Inside Tennessee’s First Holler & Dash, Opening Jan. 3 in Brentwood

It’s a homecoming for the ‘fine-casual’ biscuit house

The first week of the new year will start off with a bang for biscuit lovers, as Holler & Dash, the up-and-coming ‘fine-casual’ biscuit house from local parent company Cracker Barrel, hits Tennessee for the first time. Opening on Jan. 3 with an official grand opening slated for Jan. 14, Eater has a first look inside the restaurant.

Located at 203 Franklin Road, Suite 120, in the currently under construction Hill Center Brentwood development, this location, the concept’s fourth, is the largest yet, clocking in at approximately 3,300-square-feet and offering seating for 129, including 40 on the outside patio. As with Holler & Dash’s other outposts in Alabama and Florida, they have worked closely with local artists and craftsmen, featuring furniture, signs and artwork from Nashville outfits such as Oil and Lumber, 5-String Furniture, Grand Palace Silkscreen, Dillon Cabinets, and Side Show Sign Co.

So go ahead and take a look around, and be sure to check back for more intel as the opening approaches.

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